Reckitt Hong Kong Wellness in Action Index Is Crowned ‘Health & Wellness Initiative of The Year – Hong Kong’ In the Inaugural FMCG Asia Award

Reckitt* exists to protect, heal and nurture in
the relentless pursuit of a cleaner, healthier world. We believe that access to
the highest-quality hygiene, wellness and nourishment is a right, not a

Reckitt is the company behind some of the World’s
most recognisable and trusted consumer brands in Hygiene, Health and Nutrition,
including Air Wick, Calgon, Cillit Bang, Clearasil, Dettol, Durex, Enfamil,
Finish, Gaviscon, Harpic, Lysol, Mortein, Mucinex, Nurofen, Nutramigen,
Strepsils, Vanish, Veet, Woolite and more.

Every day, more than 20 million Reckitt products
are bought globally. We always put consumers and people first, seek out new
opportunities, strive for excellence in all that we do and build shared success
with all our partners. We aim to do the right thing, always.

We are a diverse global team of more than 43,000
colleagues. We draw on our collective energy to meet our ambitions of
purpose-led brands, a healthier planet and a fairer society.

Find out more, or get in touch with us, at

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* Reckitt is the trading name of the Reckitt
Benckiser group of companies

About FMCG Asia Awards:

FMCG Asia Awards launched in 2021 by Retail
, the industry
magazine for Asia’s dynamic retail industry.It is a prestigious event
that celebrates the most outstanding companies in Asia Pacific’s FMCG
industry that have shown exemplary performance with their innovative products
and initiatives. There are total 14 awards under product category and project
categories. The panel of judges who will assess nomination entries on
uniqueness and innovation, success and impact and dynamism.

Founded in 1991, Retail Asia is the leading B2B retail media dedicated to covering
the retail and supply chain industries from a regional perspective. Published
bi-annually, each print issue carries a balanced mix of articles that cover in
depth issues and stories with a longer time frame, which appeal to the C-level
executives of large retail companies in Asia.

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